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Jul
22
revised Are `break` and `continue` bad programming practices?
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Jul
19
comment How to apologize when you have broken the nightly build
@caseyr547: I didn't even know that was possible. I thought that a flag hellban was the worst punishment that you could receive for flagging violations.
Jul
19
comment How to apologize when you have broken the nightly build
@caseyr547: Do you mean that you were banned because your posts were flagged many times? Or were you banned because you misused your flagging privileges?
Jul
12
comment Classic inheritance problem?
Ugh! That C++ OOP syntax hurts my eyes!
Jul
8
comment What is wrong with the Unlicense?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about a license issue.
Jul
6
revised Constructor parameter validation in C# - Best practices
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Jul
6
revised Does over-reliance on tools imply that you are lazy?
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Jul
6
revised How to make Classic ASP interesting if you are stuck with it?
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Jul
6
comment How to bill a client for frequently-interrupted time
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about a billing issue; not about software development.
Jul
6
comment How to find a job that is using the tools I like (and keeping the payroll at a high level)
+1: Great answer. Correct answer.
Jul
6
comment Should I be paid for time spent learning a framework?
Related: workplace.stackexchange.com/q/12058/437
Jul
6
answered Should I be paid for time spent learning a framework?
Jul
6
awarded  Vox Populi
Jul
6
answered How to make Classic ASP interesting if you are stuck with it?
Jul
5
answered Does over-reliance on tools imply that you are lazy?
Jul
5
comment Constructor parameter validation in C# - Best practices
Related: programmers.stackexchange.com/q/159193/1996
Jul
5
answered Constructor parameter validation in C# - Best practices
Jul
5
comment Should I be wary of signing a non-disclosure agreement with someone I just met?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about legal advice.
Jul
5
comment Learning potentially unrelated materials on company's dime, is it acceptable?
Related: workplace.stackexchange.com/q/12058/437
Jul
5
answered Learning potentially unrelated materials on company's dime, is it acceptable?